Showing posts with label Android Device Manager lock. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android Device Manager lock. Show all posts
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How to remove android device manager

Have you heard about the latest cool ability that google gives to you through android devices? Its name is android device manager. It is like an application where you can monitor or search your smartphone if in case you lose it.

You can try to use it first and check whether later on, you need it or not. Some people will see it as a fortune to have in case of losing their smartphones accidentally in the future. But the others think differently. They need more privacy so it is better for them not to use it.


Then how if you first want to use it then another time want to turn it off? How to remove android device manager. Here are some of the tips:

-               Go to the myaccount.google.com
-               Go to the ‘sign – in & security’ and touch or tap on ‘device activity & notification’
-               Look at the ‘recently used devices’ part then touch or tap on the ‘review devices’
-               Touch your device if you want to remove just tap on the ‘remove’

Those are the help if you think you still do not need the Goggle Android Device Manager. It really helps if you need some tracking devices in order to help you out finishing your work. Works that need this kind of tracking devices are like reality show programs.

How to remove android device manager


If you find difficulty in removing that app, you can try to read below instruction to hide the smartphone from showing up on the lists of yours:

-               Go to your Play Store application from the desktop or laptop’s browser
-               Click on the gear icon (usually it is on the top right corner of the screen)
-               Select or click the Settings option
-               After arriving at the page ‘My Devices’, you will see ‘Unnamed Device’.
-               Look at the ‘Visibility’ section or column, you will see the check boxes of the ‘Show in Menus’
-               By default, the check boxes all are ticked.
-               To remove the device from the list of all smartphones you have registered in Google Account before, you have to remove it by simply unchecking the box in this step.


These ways, of removing the connection between the devices and the Google account, are to give better awareness to all of us that privacy should be prioritized amongst all. It warns us to get prepared before losing the smartphone and its data inside. And it is all up to you whether you want to get detected by google or not later on.
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How to Lock Device with Android Device Manager?

You really need to lock device with Android Device Manager once you found out that your Android device is missing. Losing your smart phone or tablet can be quite a disaster considering that all your data and your personal stuff are in there. That is why you need to prevent anyone from messing up with your personal data by locking the missing Android device. Thankfully, now you can do it really easily by using Android Device Manager. Below is the information for you.

Lock Device with Android Device Manager

1.             Locking Device with the Tool


Lock device with Android Device Manager is essential to prevent anyone from using your personal information. If your device is missing, you need to access the Android Device Manager to lock the device. Once the device is locked, the current holder of the device is not going to able to use the device. Your smart phone or tablet is not going to get locked and only you can open the lock. You can open the lock by inserting the password that only you know. The screen of the missing Android smart phone or tablet is going to display your command and usually it will display “call the owner” button. The holder of the device has nothing else to do with the device but calling you as the owner. Even though the holder of the device is playing with the device, you can still lock it and the device is no longer available to be played with.

2.             How to Lock?


The first thing you need to do is activating the Android Device Manager. You also need to turn on the location of your device. Then, use a valid Google account in your device and give it stable internet connection. All of these things need to be done as soon as you buy the device. If the device does not have all of those things above and lost, you cannot do anything at all to lock it. Once you have all of them, you need to open the Android Device Manager website. Sign in with your Google account and then find the “lock” option. Click the option and then you will be asked to enter your password twice.

After that, you will be able to send a message to be displayed on your device’s screen and then your device will get locked soon after. To lock device with Android Device Manager is incredibly important considering that today people have so many personal things kept on their devices.
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How to Activate the Android Device Manager Lock and Erase

Android device manager lock and erase is a feature that can be had by any Android device to lock and erase the device from a remote place. This feature uses the internet connection so that the locking and erasing can be done online. It means that the remote device should be on and connected to the internet too. This feature is useful for those who lose their Android device recently and the device is still on. By locking and erasing, the device will be locked and the data can’t be accessed by anyone who finds it.


To lock your lost Android device, you can use the website or application of Android Device Manager. You can use a computer, laptop or another device that is connected to internet so that you can access the Android device manager app or website.

Android Device Manager Lock and Erase

Lock and Erase from the Android Device Manager Website


Follow the steps below to activate Android device manager lock and erase through the website;

1.     Firstly, sign in to Google Account on the website Android.com/devicemanager

2.     Click an arrow besides the device name, so you can select the lost device. You will see the device’s location in the Android Device Manager.

3.     Turn on the Lock & Erase option and then the device will be locked automatically even you haven’t set a password for it yet. Besides, all of data in the device will be erased permanently but not the data inside the SD card. Then the Android Device Manager will not work inside the device anymore.


Lock and Erase from the Android Device Manager Application


To use this application, you certainly should have the app installed in the device that is going to use. You can do the Android Device Manager lock and Erase remotely and then erase the data stored inside the device’s account.

1.     Open the app in the device you use.

2.     Sign in to the Google Account of yours. If you are going to open another account, tap the Device Manager and then Guest to sign in.

3.     Select the lost device by tapping an arrow besides the device name and the device’s location will appear.

4.     Choose the Lock & Erase option. Then the remote lost device will be locked automatically. The data of Google Account inside the device will be erased too so that it can’t be accessed by anyone even though it has been successfully opened.
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How to Activate Android Device Manager Lock from Remote Place

Android Device Manager lock is one of the things you can do when your Android phone or other device is lost, besides ringing the phone in maximal volume or erasing all of the data. By locking the phone, you can prevent someone to open your phone and see all of the data you save inside. In this way, you can also prevent identity theft or the individual that wants to abuse your pictures and other data.


Locking the Android Phone from Remote Place

Android Device Manager Lock


When you realize that your Android Smartphone is lost, it is better to lock the phone remotely. You can do this if your device has been signed in to Google Account. Use the Android Device Manager to do this. When you are successfully interacting the Android Device Manager with the lost device, you will see the notification. Even you also can see the device’s location since the device is still on and connected to the internet (either via mobile data connection or WiFi connection)


Add Phone Number on the Lock Screen of the Lost Device


Besides doing the Android Device Manager lock, you also can add a phone number on the locked screen. In this way, someone who finds your device can call the phone number directly from the device’s screen that has been locked. Follow some steps below to add the phone number;

1.     Sign in to Android.com/devicemanager by using the same Google Account you have inside the lost device.

2.     Choose the lost device (if you have more than one device) by clicking the arrow beneath the device name.

3.     Click ‘Lock’.

4.     Type the phone number that is going to added in the “Phone Number (Optional)” area.

5.     Click ‘Lock’. Then the locked screen of the lost device will show a button so the number can be hit to call. So someone who finds the phone can call the number.

6.     You can also delete the phone number by following the same steps but then erasing the phone number that has been added before.

By locking and adding phone number to the lost device, you can have a possibility to get your lost Android phone back. Hopefully, the phone is found by someone who wants to give it back to you. If the phone is still active, you can know the phone location by accessing the Android Device Manager and then do the Android Device Manager lock to make sure the phone can’t be opened. 

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